Middle East security discussion meeting following criticism of Iran from Gulf countries November 23 19:14
An international conference was held in Bahrain to discuss security in the Middle East with the participation of ministers from the Gulf countries, and criticism from Iran continued to interfere with regional internal politics from Gulf countries such as Saudi Arabia.
The international conference “Manama Dialogue”, which discusses issues related to security in the Middle East, began in the capital city of Bahrain, Manama on the 23rd.
Among them, Saudi Arabia's Foreign Affairs Minister Juvale claimed Iran's involvement in the attacks on oil facilities using drones, etc., which occurred in September, “We do not want war. "Is it possible to talk with the country that wants to destroy it? Iran should first stop internal politics interference in the region," he said.
While Bahrain and UAE Ministers of the United Arab Emirates continued to remark in line with Saudi Arabia's claims, France stressed the desire to reduce tension through dialogue.
The meeting will be held until the 24th, and the situation in Yemen and Syria, where the civil war will continue, will be discussed, and measures to prevent the radical organization IS = Islamic State from rising again.